Does your cat attack you and no one else? Find out why

Why does my cat attack me and no one else? The behavior may have disturbed you a lot. There are several reasons that can make the cat start biting you. Maybe you are not giving it enough attention. The cat may like you to play but you are too busy with your house chores. Some cats will bite because is aggression nearby.

The cat may be locked in the house but outside it has seen other cats or animals that pose danger to its territory. It will start biting as a way of relieving tension. Take time to study the behavior of your cat and you will know the reasons why the cat is biting. Get to research and it will be easy for you to know the reason. Here we are going to break down some of the reopens why your cat is biting you and no one else in your family.

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In-Depth Guide On Cat Wound Care

How to do cat wound care? Cats dealing with an extensive wound can become victims of infections, increased inflammation, and/or other unwanted medical conditions. Studies show trauma wounds are a common cause of vet visits among cats and it’s important to understand how to care for cat wounds due to this [1].

Without appropriate cat wound care, it can become difficult to keep your cat in good health.

This is why it’s time to look at the nuances of cat wound care, what to look for, and how to makes sure the cat recovers quickly.

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A Brief Introduction to Acne in Cats

AUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASS

DVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare)

Acne is a bigger problem than injuries”.

Dr John Abbass

Acne in cats is a cringe-worthy word to hear for humans. As people, we are all too familiar with the topic of acne but perhaps you do not realise cat acne is also fairly common. As a veterinarian, I am often asked about cat blackheads, black spot on cat’s chin and cat acene treatment. It is not uncommon to have a pet owner visit me concerned about a cat pimple on lip. Cat acne is a dirty skin problem that is most frequent in those breeds of cats which have long fur and many skin folds.

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Common Health Conditions in Cats – A Quick Insight

Written by: Dr John Abbass, DVM. M.Phil (Pet diseases)

“What greater gift than love of a cat”.

Charles Dickens

Cats are such lovable and precious creatures. As with most pets, there are common health conditions in cats which owners should make sure they are aware of. Cats are one of the most commonly kept pet animals. Just like humans, they are also prone to a number of health-related conditions. The worrisome thing for every cat owner is how to evaluate and manage these health-related issues, to stop further complications in their family pet.

If you are worried about your cat’s health and looking for useful tips and recommendations to keep your cat healthy then you are in the right place.
Cat Informers, along with offering you with its other services, is also providing you guidelines related to the health and wellbeing of your cats.

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The Ultimate Guide to Cat Grooming

Cat grooming is an essential requirement to ensure that the cat stays happy and relaxed. Cat grooming usually involves trimming its nails, bathing, performing activities to keep its fur, eyes, hair, and teeth healthy and clean. Cat grooming is necessary because it is quite evident that a clean cat is a happy cat.

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My Cat Has a Runny Nose and is Drooling

It can be quite distressing for cat owners to see their feline friend unwell. It is also difficult to know when you should take them to the veterinarian or seek advice online or just wait. In particular when my cat has a runny nose and is drooling I become quite worried they may have a feline upper respiratory infection. In the current coronavirus pandemic it can be additionally concerning as not a lot is know about the virus yet.

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When Should You Take Your Cat to the Veterinarian?

Cat owners are always wondering if their cats need to pay a visit to a veterinarian or not? The answer to this question is not that simple. Your cat is never in a position to be able to tell you directly what’s going on with them. Do they require a visit to the veterinarian or not? It’s the job of the cat owner to identify the symptoms and plan a visit when required.

Regular check-ups are necessary to maintain your cat’s health. To ensure your cat stays healthy and free of diseases, you must ensure you take it to a veterinarian for a thorough check-up once a year.

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The Secrets to CAT TEETH

We all love pets and spending our leisure time with them. As we cat lovers know, felines are among the most loved pets in homes across the world.

However, keeping pets is one thing, and taking care of them is another. Even the most low maintenance pet, like a cat, places demands on us as owners as they can be vulnerable to diseases and health issues. If you are one of those who loves to keep cats as a pet, then this article is worth reading. We highlight all the secrets you need to know regarding your cat’s teeth to ensure you keep their teeth healthy, clean and strong.

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